AFGHANISTAN PEACE PROJECT

Pastoral Engagement, Adaptation and Capacity Enhancement

Institutional Sites

Global Livestock CRSP - The goal of the GL-CRSP is to increase food security and improve the quality of life of people in developing countries while bringing an international focus to the research, teaching and extension efforts of U.S. institutions.

Texas AgriLife Research - Texas AgriLife Research and its corporate, governmental and community partners have long understood this simple—yet vital—concept. Whether its developing fruit and vegetable varieties to combat disease, discovering ways to better conserve natural resources, or developing our country’s next energy source, Texas AgriLife Research scientists are in the business of meeting modern challenges with answers through agriculture and the life sciences. It’s a commitment our researchers have been making for well over a century.

Mercy Corps - Mercy Corps exists to alleviate suffering, poverty and oppression by helping people build secure, productive and just communities.

United States Agency Interational Development - USAID provides economic and humanitarian assistance in more than 100 countries to provide a better future for all.

Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock (MAIL) - Continual utilization of the natural Agricultural resources by application of technology and follow-up of the economic politics of the Agriculture in the country are the main objectives of the ministry.

Sanayee Development Organization - Afghan non-governmental organization established in 1990 as a small organization with chief aim of rendering educational services to Afghan people.

Center for Natural Resource Information Technology - Established in 1991, the Center for Natural Resource Information Technology (CNRIT) serves as a focal point in the Texas A&M System Agricultural Program for research and development that takes a holistic and interdisciplinary approach to information management and decision systems for planning, monitoring and assessing management systems, new technologies and policy relative to the economic well-being of landholders, society and the natural resources supporting future generations.

Norman Borlaug Institute for International Agriculture - The legacy of Norman Borlaug demands effective partnerships among universities, governments, industries, and nongovernmental organizations. The Borlaug Institute’s programs provide researchers, policymakers and university faculty from developing countries the ability to strengthen sustainable agricultural practices through scientific training and collaborative research opportunities.

 

 

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